Green,Yellow andAmber: The anterior retina appears healthy and intact
Red, Deep RedandIR: A highly regular, circular nevus is apparent at 12 o'clock along the superior arcades and is best defined with the longer wavelengths
ColorComposite: The retina appears healthy
Retinal Oxy/Deoxy: Retinal vasculature overlying the nevus is normal. There are no areas of RPE atrophy or neovascularization within the lesion which would indicate that it is more likely a neoplasm, such as choroidal melanoma
Choroidal Oxy/Deoxy: The area containing the nevus is hyper-reflective and oxygenated
Stereo: The nevus appears flat
OH Contrast 1
OH Contrast 2
SLO: The corresponding SLO image is unremarkable
OCT: There is no obvious lesion and the retina appears flat, but the underlying choroid in the area is darkly pigmented.
Non-invasively examine the retinal structures.
Using Multi-Spectral Imaging, choroidal lesions, such as nevi, become visible at long red and near infrared wavelengths.